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Their only hope for their future is to unravel her past. 

The Southern Kingdom is overrun with Deadweed and what remains lies scorched by dragon’s fire. Plagued by the choking menace and targeted by attacks from deadly Water Wraiths, Dayie has no choice - master her magic or succumb to it. But when she and the Dragon Riders seek help from neighboring Torvald, they find a Kingdom under siege and come to a heart-wrenching realization. 

They will not win the fight. 

The only option to restore the wasteland that was once their home is for Dayie to travel to a mysterious site that may hold the key to her birth and the tremendous power that drives the Water Wraiths. But what she discovers is more terrifying than the enemies she already faces. 

Armed with a link to her past and the song of the sea in her heart, Dayie must confront the truth of her birth in order to wield the full strength of her magic against powerful and untamable foes. 

Before all hope is lost. 

This novel contains violence.

©2019 Relay Publishing (P)2020 Relay Publishing

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Good end to series

In the first book, it took me a while, but I finally came to grips with the fact that the "villain" of the story was not a person, but a plant. In the second I had to adjust to the possibility that there was an evil person behind the terrible things happening. And finally, in the third, we learn who is actually behind all the pain and suffering. I have to admit that I had things pretty much figured out early on, and that is the only reason I took a star away from the story. But I actually enjoyed the way things worked out.

I was given a free copy of this audiobook in exchange for an unbiased review.

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trilogy

this is another excellent trilogy worth listening and/or reading by Ava, you won't want to put down.